Unemployment, Education, Poverty, and Inclusive Growth: Evidence from Provinces in Indonesia
The-aim of-this-study-was-to-examine-the”effects”of-unemployment, education and poverty on inclusive growth. The panel data used in this study are a composite-of-time-series-for the study time-from_2015-to-2018 with a cross-section in the form of data on per capita expenditure per household and month, total unemployment, net enrollment rates and the number of poor people at the provincial level Indonesia. The former-data-in-this-study-are-secondary-data-obtained-from the Central Statistics Agency on the website www.bps.go.id. The-aftermath-of-this study show that (1) unemployment significantly affects inclusive growth, (2) education significantly affects inclusive growth, (3) poverty significantly affects inclusive growth.